Want to find out a bit more about Adventure Life? Check out some of these great publications that have written articles about our tours. Browse through these brief summaries or click on the links below to read the full articles!
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Costa Rica Turtles and Rainforest:
"We set out from our lodge in the early morning and, after a two-hour trek through the jungle, we arrived at the entrance to a beautiful, hourglass-shaped cave with a small stream flowing from its mouth. Locals referred to this cavern as Actun Tunichil Muknal, which means the Cave of the Stone Sepulchre, and we had come to probe some of the mysteries and secrets of the Mayan civilization. …"
Belize Rainforest and Ruins:
"...What's special? Six hundreds miles from the shores of Ecuador lie the storybook islands of the Galapagos, where Darwin first chronicled the evolutionary origins of the species. These volcanic islands at first appear barren and uninhabited until a 180-kilogram giant tortoise lumbers past and blue-footed boobies ponder their human visitors. In nearby bays, playful sea lions are said to nibble on snorkelers' flippers.
In the middle of the Pacific Ocean, the Galapagos are a stage on which the Earth's evolutionary forces play out unencumbered by the hectic pace of life in the world's more inhabited climes. But travelers on the "Adventure Life" Galapagos 10-day luxury yacht tour can enjoy the mystical islands in relaxed style aboard the double-sailed schooner Diamante..."
Galapagos Islands tours:
"…A travel agency with experience in adventure trips can steer you to good boats. I found mine, the Sulidae, on line at http://www.adventure-life.com/galapagos/yachts/index.php, which also lists plusher boats. My seven-day, nine-island trip cost about $1,950 in a shared cabin last spring.…"
Turtles and Rainforest tour:
Vigorous hikes are highlighted by bright-red frogs, armies of leaf-cutter ants and flame-colored heliconias dripping from the trees. We drink sweet water from streams and splash through rivers amid mahogany tree so tall we can't see the tops and so wide we hide behind the roots. Our guides toss ropes over a roaring waterfall; I'm too afraid to rappel down on my own, but I make it with the help of new friends! Over the next few days we gallop horses across banana plantations, and Francisco climbs trees while I admire from below. We laze on hammocks, drink wine, watch wildlife, wake to birdsong and live by candlelight. We get all the adventure and romancy we dreamed of! "
Beaches and Rainforest tour:
The nextfigures proved much more impressive. A monkey with a vast
spiral tail was followed in short order by a hummingbird, a whale, a
fox, and a waving man with an oddly shaped head, referred to as the
Peru Panorama tour:
"Only in the Galapagos Islands can you snorkel with a penguin on the equator as schools of spotted eagle rays glide beneath you and playful sea lions perform an underwater ballet. And the most amazing thing about this aquatic experience is that you're not an observer- you're an actor in the performance. Equipped with a mask and fins, you can dive and swirl effortlessly as you play with your new marine friends in the cool, clear water! IF YOU GO [contact] Adventure Life, 1-800-344-6118"
Galapagos Islands tours:
"Morgan (Adventure Life Founder) uses a network of handpicked guides from the villages and tries to give his customers a trip immersed in the culture! Instead of joining a throng of Americans being bused from one tourist hot spot to the next before retiring for evenings at Western hotels, Schall (past client) described her tour as a busy schedule, but one with time for exploration and discovery away from the groups."